MNN is proud to provide the resources and a platform for New York City’s young people to realize their potential and use their voices for social good. Every weeknight, we broadcast original content created by both our Youth Media Center participants and our talented partner organizations from around the country.
The Youth Channel airs programming every weeknight from 6-7pm on MNN4 (FiOS 36, RCN 85, Spectrum 67 & 1998) and MNNHD (Spectrum 1993). To learn about MNN’sYouth Media Center and the work they produce, click here.
YC Power Hour ep 15 (YC Original)
Monday, February 11
6:00pm - 7:00pm
The YC Power Hour is a weekly potpourri youth creative youth-driven program. It covers news, entertainment, and current trends within NYC and the world while keeping a light-hearted down to earth tone.
Spotlight ep 10 (Youth Channel)
Tuesday, February 12th
6:00pm - 7:00pm
"Police State of Mind" seeks to address the handling, or rather mishandling of mentally ill persons. Joined with the host is John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor, Philip Yanos, a 5th year Ph.D. student, Beth Vayshenker and a former local police member, Ahmed Ennaitalla weighs in on the decision.
Where I'm From (Edu. Partnership)
Wednesday, February 13th
6:00 - 6:30 pm
6:30 - 7:00 pm
Dear Diary is a one on one look into the life of the Youth Producers by combining, poetry, media, andcreative writing. How many times have you been asked, “Where are you from?”. In the first season of Dear Diary, we hear from The YMC’s own producers, their stories of Where They Are From, that is from many places, experiences smells and looks of life.
AAHSFF: We're Okay
Thursday, February 14th
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm
A fantasy drama about teen depression and sexuality. Delilah has decided to kill herself on her 18 birthday, but her friend Lena surprises her with a birthday party. We see how Delilah is truly feeling in her stop-motion animated circus world mind.
Night Cap ep 3 (News + Current Information)
Friday, February 15th
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Did you know that November is diabetes awareness month? On episode 3 of NIGHTCAP the alarm is being sounded on the silent killer that affects nearly 30 million people. To help ring the alarm is Aisha Smith, founder of Save Our Sexy S.O.S., a nonprofit agency that seeks to raise diabetes awareness.
Aisha just appeared on ABC’s Here and Now. The show closes with a special performance from powerhouse singer Khaya who was a former contestant on the X factor.